New auction toy

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New auction toy

snowjoker
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25 Mar 2006, 22:07 #1

Grabbed up this baby today at an auction for a whole 30 bucks! It works but them gears need some grease on em......
Walt

Lincoln Ranger 250
Lincoln SA-200
Gilliland Wire Feeder
Makita, Ridgid and cheapo power tools
Garage with no walls, or roof
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snowjoker
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25 Mar 2006, 22:07 #2

nuther pick
Walt

Lincoln Ranger 250
Lincoln SA-200
Gilliland Wire Feeder
Makita, Ridgid and cheapo power tools
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snowjoker
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25 Mar 2006, 22:08 #3

last one , Not sure what im gonna use it for but i got it if i need it
Walt

Lincoln Ranger 250
Lincoln SA-200
Gilliland Wire Feeder
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JT Metalworks
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25 Mar 2006, 23:08 #4

snowjoker @ Mar 25 2006, 04:08 PM wrote:~ Not sure what im gonna use it for ~
Cuttin Stuff! :P

30 bucks is a heck of a deal.

I gave hard consideration to making a power hacksaw (or just buying one). Bandsaws are faster and that won out.
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Franz©
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26 Mar 2006, 03:20 #5

SWEET, but you could have told me about the auction. NICE guy you are. I could have got out of yardwork and gone to the auction.

That's it, next time you need welder parts, I ain't talkin to you.

Now, set it up with coolant and a recovery pan, and you have a saw that will last a lifetime.
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snowjoker
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26 Mar 2006, 07:09 #6

There was a big metal lathe too but i had no where to put it baby was like 10 feet long and looked heavy!! sold for like 200 bucks, 12 ton shop press went under 100 but i already had what i wanted....
Walt

Lincoln Ranger 250
Lincoln SA-200
Gilliland Wire Feeder
Makita, Ridgid and cheapo power tools
Garage with no walls, or roof
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